here, where someone uses a flaw to buy a bottle of water. The real crime here is Cambridge University Cafe charging £5 for the water, but besides that, it shows how easily it can be done. 19 years ago I designed a system for college. It was simple enough, taking the 50 bytes of storage space on the back of a magnetic strip on a card, and translating it into a simple black and white photo of the holder. this was simply done by storing numerical values for different shapes of nose, eyes, mouth, and face, and other things like hair or skin colour. It wasn't perfect, but it was identifiable much like e-fits are today. Unless the would be thief had enough money to get a facelift to look like the victim, I can't see how this could be faked, barring the exception of them changing the data on the card themselves. And yet, we're still happy to type that four digit code meaning the world is our oyster.
Daft? We must be.
That Donald Trump handshake gif
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